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a variety of the edible cabbage,
having deep reddish-purple leaves.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Some pigments in leaves--such as the reddish-purple in rhubarb or
--are not involved in photosynthesis at all.
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The chemical in beets and
is called anthocyanin.
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, with a deep red-purple color, is delicious and attractive when shredded into salads and is also good for pickling.
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will gain a unique flavor and texture.
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